Prison internet dating
Only later, the father said, did the family learn Taylor "was a fraud, a fake and a phony." The father said his family, which lost a few hundred dollars, was duped by "a very, very charismatic man." "It's easy to fall under his spell," the father said. Rebold said Taylor from 2009 to 2016 boasted he was a millionaire businessman with oil and land interests in North Dakota to victims on online matchmaking and networking websites such as Match.com, e Harmony, Craigslist and Seeking Arrangement.
Sometimes, Taylor expressed interest in hiring the victims to work on a new business venture while others got a pitch for a romantic or personal relationship, the prosecutor said.
Only they can transform them into a human being.” Even people who help former inmates re-integrate into society feel that this is not good for the public or the inmate. Leonards: “I do think that there’s great benefit for people in the community connecting with people that are in prison for the purpose of friendship — the purpose of support, for the purpose of letting them know there’s somebody that cares about them. Students here are outraged that someone like Brian Dickson could be on this web site.
But I think it should begin and end there.” Nina Devilliers was a Mc Master University student murdered in 1991. “I don’t think he should be on an inmate dating site, I hope in the future they do something to sort around this.” “I would like to see that website taken down.” “We are giving them a sense of openness that they still belong in society, and I think they shut that door off with what they’ve done.” Many inmates find love from behind the bars of prison.
That’s right, he’s a convicted murderer looking for love on a website called Canadian Inmates Connect.
District Judge Laura Taylor Swain described John Edward Taylor as sick and dangerous as she ordered him to serve three years and 10 months in prison in addition to 14 months he served after a related Virginia conviction.
The scam ended after a married couple who met Taylor at a Philadelphia Phillies game they attended with their children on April 25, 2015, reported him to the FBI. S., was among six victims who spoke at the sentencing as Taylor drooped his head at the defense table.
The father said Taylor, 48, boasted he was a billionaire oil tycoon as he led the family, including a child with special needs, onto a special elevator and down to first-row seats, where everyone from ushers to spectators gushed what a good guy Taylor was. Attorney Jonathan Rebold requested a meaningful prison sentence, saying Taylor had more than 10 past contacts with the criminal justice system.
Also this is not a DATING website, it is actually a site for pen pals and is done throughout the world as part of “healthy” contacts to assist in rehabilitation.
There is no other contact other than friendship and human support usually from church groups.It’s called “Canadian Inmates Connect” — and it features, violent criminals — including convicted murderers — looking for love.